Neo-Nazis attacked a young man in Valencia, Spain – reports the EuroWeekly News.
On Monday afternoon, November 8, a group of 10 beat up a young man in Valencia. The attackers appeared to be neo-Nazis, and approached the man over his T-shirt, the slogan on which said “working class”. The victim was initially approached by one person commenting on his T-shirt and then punching him. When he tried to flee from the man, another nine appeared and cornered him in a doorway.
The 22-year-old victim was able to escape and take refuge at a nearby bar. When the assailants were gone, he went to the local medical centre where he received professional treatment.
The crime has been reported to the Hate Crimes Prosecutor’s Office, along with a medical report showing the injuries incurred during the beating. The proceedings will be examined by a magistrate’s court. An investigation has been opened into the attack on the young man.
The victim is only 22 years old. According to Susana Gisbert, the delegated prosecutor for hate crimes in Valencia, a medical report showing the injuries has been provided so the proceedings will be examined by a magistrate’s court.
According to Susana Gisbert, other neo-Nazi attacks have been reported in this area. She warned that the attacks “do not go unpunished.”